The Town of Springfield is in Jeopardy – Part 5 of 5

TrebeckToday concludes our "Springfield in Jeopardy" week (thank sweet baby Jeebus).  That last of the local luminaries will provide their responses to this week's question.

But first, for those of you who have seen "HOP" (and if you haven't skip this section), I have a question:  If E.B. poops jelly beans, then at the end of the movie, when James Marsden's "Fred" character gets magical Easter Bunny powers, does he then poop jelly beans, too?  Or like those peanut butter filled chocolate eggs?  How can they leave such a glaring plot hole unexplained.

As it has been all week, today's Final Jeopardy Answer is:  "This is both a 2007 movie, and a description of my next bowel movement."


Alex – Leading off the finale, we have one of Springfield's oldest citizens, Abraham Simpson.

Grandpa Simpson – Hey, you're not Matlock.  I was old Matlock would be here.

Grandpa-Simpson Grandpa-Question

Alex – "What is 'No Country For Old Men'?"  And now, for someone older than Grandpa Simpson, C. Montgomery Burns.

Mr.-Burns Burns-Question

Alex – "What is 'Are We Done Yet'?"  Excellent.  And "Yes", creepy old man, we're done.  But where Mr. Burns goes, you can bet Waylon Smithers will be at his rear.

Smithers Smithers-Question

Alex – "What is 'August Rush'?"  The way you say that sounds almost enrapturing.  And speaking of "enrapturing", our next entrant is Edna Krabappel:

Krabappel Krabappel-Question

Alex – "How about 'The Reaping'?"  Is that an offer, Edna? (Here's my motel key.  Swing by later), and next up is Principal Armin Tamzarian Seymour Skinner

Skinner Skinner-Question

Alex – "What is 'Primeval'?"  Thank you, Seymour.  ANd let us never speak of it again.  Our next imperial overlords contestants are Kang & Kodos, from Rigel 7.


Alex – "What is 'Meeting Resistance'?"  I hate it when the torpedo fails to leave the tube.  And while dealing with inhuman creatures, next we have the Capital City Goofball.


Alex – "What is 'Finishing the Game'?"  And the game isn't over until you "sign the score card", eh Goofball?

Goofball – That's gold, not baseball, you Canuck.

Alex – What ever, I least I don't have to wear an adult diaper to do my job.  Usually.  And speaking of "Adult" next up is the song bird who tried to steal Homer's heart,

Lurleen-Lumpkin Lurleen-Question

Alex – "What is 'Lust Caution'?"  That does seem a bit like a me.  Next up, is everyone's favorite bartender, Moe Szyslak:

Moe Moe-Question

Alex – "What is 'King Corn'?"  Oh Moe, that's just gnasty.  And last but not least, Homer J. Simpson.

Homer Homer-Question

Alex – "What is 'I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry'?"  Homer, I don't think you understood the question.

Well, now that all the entrants are in, it is time to declare the winner:



Alex – "Is it 'Skid Marks'?"   Yes, it was.  Listen people, when the Olmec god of war visits you.  There will be skid marks.  And with that, I'm out of this 'burg.  Have a good weekend.

[Editor's Note: I will be getting back to writing about real life, soon.  Promise.  Heading out of town for a week to Seattle with the family.  Monday is the 2 year anniversary of the day I met Cora.  Yipeee!]


Cora said...

Actually, I'm pretty sure Fred poops those Cadbury cream-filled eggs. Those taste like shit.

Simpsons in Jeopardy Week has been FUN! I never realized how many movie titles sound so disgusting. BLAH!

Anonymous said...

What I still don't understand is how Burns was born in 1892, Abe Simpson was born in 1927, and Abe was his commanding officer in Nazi Germany during WII. Abe would have been a 17 year old sergeant, and Burns would have been about 52 by the time they fought in the Battle of the Bulge. Of course, Burns was also part of the Waffen SS, so he was undercover.

Wow, I thought about that too much.

And the reason they don't talk about James Marsden pooping jelly beans or not is because it's okay when it's an animated bunny, but you're not allowed to actually talk about someone's hole.

Just saying.

SkylersDad said...

Take care out in Seattle!